Two Ravens Linebackers Return To Practice

The Baltimore Ravens are one of the NFL's hardest teams to predict, as one week they look incredible and downright unbeatable offensively, while others, they can certainly struggle, but today at practice, their defence got a major double boost that will help their consistency going forward. Both Tyus Bowser, returning from the PUP list and David Ojabo, returning from the Non-Football Injury List have returned to practice, and if they can step up and slot back into this lineup immediately, the defence will become quite a lot better.

They've managed to get to the QB and keep the offence in plenty of games this year, and if these two can make the impact that Ravens fans are desperately hoping for, this is a team that could potentially take over the AFC North division race in the very near future. 

Ojabo was drafted in the second round of the 2022 NFL Draft, coming out of Michigan, and while he isn't expected to be a full-time starter right out of the gate, the Ravens have high hopes for him. Bowser on the other hand has been a Raven since 2017, and with 17.5 sacks, 4 interceptions and a defensive Touchdown on his resume already, he's only getting better, and if both men can stay healthy, this Ravens team has a chance to be great in 2022.

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